Preparing for the Big Game
As you get ready to see arguably the most exciting sports event of the year, you should prepare for all aspects of going to the game, all the way up to entering the stadium. When planning for the game, make sure to limit what you bring into the stadium. Security is taken very seriously during the Super Bowl and other NFL games. Therefore, keeping your pockets light and only bringing items you need will make it much easier to pass through security quickly so that you can focus on watching the game.
Keep in mind that the NFL also implements a clear bag policy, meaning that fans can only bring in a see-through bag that is less than 12 inches by 6 inches by 12 inches or smaller than a gallon bag. Fans are also allowed small clutch bags that are less than or equal to 4.5 inches by 6.5 inches. You are permitted to bring other items as well, such as
Weapons such as knives or other sharp objects are prohibited, so not bringing any such objects into the stadium will allow you to avoid any delays getting into the game. Make sure you stay up to date with and follow security procedures so you can get into the game and right to your seats without interruption.
Choosing the Right Travel Hub
Super Bowl LVI is set to take place at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, within Los Angeles County. When planning your Super Bowl trip, you know that you are going to be amidst thousands of other travelers also on their way to the game. Flying private will save you plenty of hassle along the way, as you avoid the challenges of navigating a busy airport and experience convenient amenities and services throughout the flight.
Arriving in Los Angeles via a private jet charter also provides you the option of landing at several different airports that accommodate private flights. Here are some of the best Los Angeles airports to fly into for Super Bowl LVI: